One thing to remember about summer pieces is that they can be layered up in winter, adding to their versatility.
Remember this shirt? It’s from the not too distant past. I started with a white shirt and dip-dyed it in flamingo pink. Here’s a quick before and after to refresh your memory.
I thought it would be timely to feature this shirt again since Cloth magazine has a feature on an identical shirt in this month’s issue. I am not terribly keen on their styling, though.
I added a big granny-knit jumper to this which has hints of pink in the knit. It co-ordinates perfectly and makes for a cheerful, colourful spring outfit, even though it’s still pretty chilly around these parts.
Here are a rather gratuitous amount of pictures — continuing the seaside theme from the original set of photos for this shirt.
We decided to try a few shots with the film camera – I have a Canon Av-1 film camera which I would say is about 30 years old (it came from a charity shop!) – and though we are still learning how to use it, it’s great to get some different and slightly less predictable results than using the normal Lumix-G2 digital SLR. I think these are possibly a little over exposed, it was a really bright day, but I love the graininess. See what you think below.